Disease Management Digest, February 21, 2013
February 21, 2013  Volume IX, Issue 30


  1. 'Quality of Life' Therapy Improves Health During Cancer Treatment, Mayo Clinic Finds

  2. Surveillance System Can Identify, Track Emerging Infectious Diseases

  3. New Chart: Top Incentivized Coaching Activities

  4. NIH Study Shows Big Improvement in Diabetes Control Over Past Decades

  5. Research Finds Promising Approaches to Prevent Latino Childhood Obesity

  6. Q&A: How Has Shifting From a Disease to a Population Health Focus Meshed with Post-Reform Care Models?

  7. Direct Correlation Found Between Out-of-Hospital Heart Attacks and Levels of Air Pollution

  8. HealthSounds Podcast: The Role of Case Managers in Emerging Care Delivery Models

  9. Study Suggests Link Between Untreated Depression, Response to Shingles Vaccine

  10. Infographic: Medical Home Paves Way for Patient Satisfaction

  11. Obesity in Fathers May Be Associated with Offspring's Increased Risk of Disease

  12. 12 Questions to Measure Population Health Management Performance

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